Two out of Three Teams Win, However the Premier League is Still a Tough Competition to be Successful in!

Premier League Game Week 14 My Review (Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool)

It was a captivating week of football that was played with plenty of goals and action. Liverpool remain unbeaten, while the pressure mounts on Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. This week of football showed why the Premier League is probably the best league in the world as far as the standard of play. Chelsea won their game against bottom placed Fulham. Hopefully the standard continues to be of a high standard and substantiate why the Premier League has a global appeal.

Southampton v Manchester United My Review

Manchester United started poorly going down two goals to nil in the first part of the opening half. Marcus Rashford was unsurprisingly the player that got United back into the match; Rashford provided the two assists for the two goals scored from United, yet he was substituted out of the game near the end of the second half; a bizarre decision by Mourinho. All four goals scored in the game came in the first half with the final score two-all.

Chelsea v Fulham My Review

Chelsea cruised to a fairly comfortable two-nil victory over the bottom placed Fulham. The jury is still out on whether Chelsea are contenders for the title; Manchester City probably would have scored more goals against Fulham than Chelsea did. Chelsea did show that they have plenty of depth in their squad with the likes of Willian and Alvaro Morata on the substitute bench.

Liverpool v Everton My Review

This was a largely uneventful contest with both teams having just three shots on target. Liverpool would be disappointed with their performance as they failed to create chances. At the end of the day Liverpool narrowly managed to win the game and collect the three points on offer with a goal late in stoppage time in the second half meaning that they won the game.

 


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